Dependable Summer Plants (continued)

Still Blooming Heading toward the end of summer when not many things are blooming whether because of high temperature, humidity, pouring rain or drought, there are still some diehard flowers that never disappoint me.  Garden Phlox, Black-eyed Susan, Echinacea and Alyssum just to name a few.  There are also some low growing shrubs and lovely... Continue Reading →

Before The Frost

Still Standing Fall is officially here, not just the date but temperature and the color of leaves.  The ground is practically covered with leaves and the branches are becoming more bare everyday.  We start grinding up the leaves for mulching and composting when we have days off.  I don't cut back much of anything except... Continue Reading →

Garden Phlox

A Tough Native (or phloxing around for fun) Heat and rainstorm can't do very much damage to this native perennial.  Once they're established I merely prune them in spring so they won't grow too tall and 'dead-head' them once the flower's spent. I started growing Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) with just a couple of them.... Continue Reading →

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